• Hope for Healing from Domestic Abuse

    Hope for Healing from Domestic Abuse
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    Price: $17.99

    ISBN: 9780825446948

    Edition: August 17, 2021

    Pages: 224

    Carton quantity: 48

    Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 (inch.)

    Publication date: August 17, 2021

    Format: Paperback

    Imprint: Kregel Publications

    Category: Christian Living and Devotionals

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    Hope for Healing from Domestic Abuse

    Reaching for God's Promise of Real Freedom

    God's love is steadfast for survivors who chose to leave an abusive marriage but still suffer the aftershocks

    When someone leaves an abusive marriage, life isn't instantly fixed. Women who have experienced domestic violence feel shattered. Because of the trauma they've been through, a bond with their abuser has formed that keeps them tied together long after they've physically left.

    Karen DeArmond Gardner understands these difficulties all too well. She tackled all the same struggles when she left her own abusive marriage. And she intimately knows what women in this situation need in order to gain freedom from the lies of abuse-to be reborn as the people God longs for them to be.

    Hope for Healing from Domestic Abuse isn't a how-to book with a few easy steps. Instead, it's a biblically based map for a long journey to healing. By recounting her own history--as well as the faithfulness of God when she was willing to follow His direction--Karen helps readers:
    • discover there is life beyond abuse
    • recognize God's relentless pursuit of their heart
    • gain courage to release the trauma of their past
    • regain life, hope, and wholeness in Jesus's healing love

    Gardner's inside perspective, strong voice, and incredible, vulnerable story of deliverance from the bonds of abuse allow readers to find themselves in her words and feel heard at last. She puts hope back in their hands, with the assurance that God loves them deeply and wants them to know they aren't defined by their trauma, their past, or their brokenness.
    Author: Karen DeArmond Gardner
    Karen DeArmond Gardner is a thirty-year survivor of domestic violence and a longtime advocate for women who have experienced abuse. Her advocacy work includes facilitating Mending the Soul, a group that leads survivors through their trauma, and serving on the board of directors at Arukah House, a transitional home for women coming out of sex trafficking and abuse. Gardner blogs at anotheronefree.com from her home with her second husband in Hurst, Texas.